The Triduum Begins
Living the Triduum with Jesus
Two simple ways to help you live these days more fully.
1. To the degree that you are able, try to unite yourself with Jesus during these days.
And when the obligations of your life interfere with your desire to live these days,
do your best to unite your human work to the Work that Jesus did during those Holy Days. His was the Work of Love, in which ALL is given, for the sake of drawing all to the Heart of the Father, which has been so wounded by the lack of love and faith of His Children. Offer and unite everything to Jesus for the accomplishment of His Plans.
In this way you will live these days, the days of the Triduum, in a more profound union with Jesus than would seem apparent by the external work that you do.
2. To nourish yourself spiritually for the work of these days, read the Gospel of John, chapters 14 through 17. Meditate on Jesus' words at the Last Supper and the words of His prayer to His Father. Read them slowly, perhaps just a few paragraphs at a time and allow Jesus to reveal His Heart to you through these Sacred Words.
Let His words sink into the depths of your heart as a balm, as hope, as the assurance of your union with Him and His everlasting love for you.
Experience these Sacred Words as an expression of the Love of the Trinity for all God's children throughout time, but spoken in a special way for NOW and for YOU.
Unite yourself with Christ as He goes to His Passion, and feed yourself with His Word. May you experience a Triduum that draws you more deeply into the Heart of the Trinity and sustains you in the times to come.
The Mission of Divine Mercy
Everyone is Invited to Participate
In the Triduum Services
- Holy Thursday
- 7:30pm - Mass of the Institution of the Eucharist,
followed by Eucharistic Vigil
9:00am - Walking Way of the Cross
11:30am - 1:55pm - Confession
2:00pm -Service of the Passion, followed by
the Novena of Divine Mercy
9:00am - Rosary of Our Lady of Sorrows,
followed by Divine Mercy Novena
9:00am - 11:00am - Confession
6:00am - Easter Vigil Mass,
followed by taco breakfast
...Just A Heads Up!
Allow extra time to get there
Parking for the Way of the Cross on Good Friday will be in the parking field used when Mass is on Tepeyac. This is to keep traffic and noise away from the WotC. Golf carts will be available to transport people from the parking field.
Please reserve the golf carts for those who are not able to walk that distance.
Consider this sacrifice as part of YOUR Way of the Cross.
DIVINE MERCY NOVENA
The Divine Mercy Novena begins tomorrow, Good Friday, continues through Easter Week, and concludes on the Saturday before Divine Mercy Sunday. To assist you, we will be sending out a daily email with that day's Novena prayer and intention.